Less than a week after a grand jury decided not to indict Wilson for killing Michael Brown, the officer resigned citing concerns about public safety.
Like a darker, angrier version of the Onion, National Report skewers mass media coverage of trending stories by dreaming up patently ridiculous news and passing it off as real.
Ismael Zambada Imperial — son of powerful Sinaloa cartel boss Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada — was arrested recently in Mexico, but not before he documented his lavish narco lifestyle on social media.
The US State Department says Fowle, a 56-year-old from Ohio, was released Tuesday after spending nearly six months imprisoned in North Korea.
After remaining out of sight for about six weeks, Kim Jong-un is back in the public eye according to state media. But that doesn't mean he's back in charge.
Adding intrigue to rumors that Kim Jong-un is seriously ill, a former top propaganda official says a cadre of government officials have stopped taking orders from the dictator.
Authorities in Mexico recently found 1,639 coca plants near the Guatemalan border, suggesting the country's cartels could eventually try to cut ties with their Colombian suppliers.
The three men are working to open the country's first rehab clinic specializing in treatment with the vision-inducing drug ibogaine.
After being locked up for 10 years, Alex Friedmann crusades against what he sees as the immoral greed of private-prison corporations.
Two DEA busts in 2013 paint a lurid picture of a stranger-than-fiction international underworld that uses North Korea as a haven for meth production.
A new report calls into question the way Pope Francis handled several cases of sexual abuse while archbishop of Buenos Aires.
NFL players say they use pot to control both physical pain and post-game moods and tempers. But will they ever be able to do it openly?